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How Far We've Come to Rest

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How Far We've Come to Rest


Published October 14, 2011


This collection is an interpretation of the devastation which took place during the Clydebank Blitz in World War II. Clydebank was a prime target for the German Luftwaffe due to its status as a production centre of ships and munitions for the allies.

The blitz took place over two consecutive nights: the 13th and 14th of March 1941. The attack seen the worst loss of civilian life and destruction in Scotland during the War and largely destroyed the town of Clydebank: out of the 12,000 houses which then constituted Clydebank only 7 remained undamaged; a total of 528 people lost their lives, 617 were seriously injured and hundreds more were injured by the huge amount of blast debris.


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